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A. A. Published Every Friday by . HmwI rvbllafclM peer. Bhrrman. Bailor and Manager. Oee Year. Pis Mom hit. In w ef tokHrifllNi In Advance Avnft ....... .11 . I I Lodge Notices PIOCHE LODGE! WO. tX, I. O. . u. F. Meete every TueMiy ' evening at S ocwciii i. - B D..llilliiv nn Hill BL Frank Walker.'Noble Ura'nd; A. A. Car- man. Hecriary A ter; C. T. JOHW LODCB HO. IS, F. a. M. Meets at Masonic Hall. LaCour 8t on tha second Sat urday or each monm i p. A. A. Carman, Worshipful Maa- A Thompson. Brfretary. COIIEtll OF THE LEAGUE OF IS Complete Text of This Important Document As It Was Signed at Paris and Which Is Now Causing Discussion in , This Country. L jl MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE! We. 5 TT...L vi..i. cTarr Thursdaj Hlng Dromere n ' Invited to attand. Mra. Uelora .Hulse Noble Grand; Mra. fcthel Mida.ele-Secretary. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT The people of the United States hate een asked, by both the proiMnenU ind the opponents of the peace treaty MIZPAH CHAPTER, O. B. LOG ,m pi.,K. K'a. Mitata aecond enc fmirtk Wadnaadava Of each montn Bl l an( T x.u pn, K'.llnna Mivsnpnt tn I . . . 117 41. I 10 at Masonic Hall. ..AM UUIn TO! J"-.. N. Hollinger. mileage, $00. AHT1CI.K ev The rermaBent aoera tariat alkali be established at tha acat frf tha league. Tha secretariat shall comprint a. wcrtUrr general And such aocreLarlca and etaS as may be re quired. Tha Brat secretary general aball be tha pereon named la tha annas: there after tha secretary rneral shall be appointed by tha council with the ap proval of tha majority of tha aaaembly. The secretaries and eta ft of tha sec retariat shall bo appointed by the sec retary general with the approval of the council. Tbo secretary aeoeral shall act la that capacity at all meetlnaa of the as sembly and of tha council. Tha expenses of the secretariat shall be borne by tha members of tha lea sue la accordance with the apportionment of the expenses of tbo International bureau of tha Universal Postal union. ARTICLE T The seat of the league Is established at Geneva. Tha council may at any time decide that the seat of tha leasue shall be es tablished elsewhere. All position under or la connection with the leasue. Including tha secre tariat, shall be open equally to man and women. Representatives of the members of BILLS ALLOWED By the Beard ef Ceeety Ceai era. October . lain, The following bills were allowed and ordered paid by the Board of Coun ty Commissioners at Its regular month ly meeting October . 11: Charlea Culverwell. salar. flS. William Culverwell. aalary. $150. A. U Scott, aalary. 17i J. F. Koeder. aalary, f 125. Amy Ievlin. aalary. $125. J. B. Wheeler, aalary, $110. Kva Dolan. aalary. $100. J. Leas Denton, aalary. $S.20. Jamea Kyan. aalary. $U.. John W. Wed ice, aalary, $53. Jamea S. Hollinger, aalary, $31.40. John Bwlng. aalary, $H.". Ir. W. W. Stockham. salary, $2$. William Culver well, automobile hire, $23.50. A. H. Norria. aalary. $1S. William Culverwell. cash advanced, 14. uray-Keia-v rignt company, supplies I3.TJ. j. a. w neeier, reruna. izs.bu. The MacMlllan Company, supplies. brothers and aimers are invited to at tend Ethel Pitts, wormy Matron, Murgle Campbell, Secretary. Professional Cards A. 1 SCOTT District Atteraey Llaeela Ceaaty. Mlalaa Specialist. Pioche. Nevada. CLARENCE DEAN BREEZE Atteraey and Coaseeller. Las Vegas. Nevada. McNAMEE McNAMEE Attoraeys at Law, Pioche, Nov. Let Vsaas, Nov. $31-8$ Pae. Else Bldg.. Loa Angelas. SARAH EH0BER8TEG Attorney at Law, Offlcs tn Riding Bldg., Callente. Nevada. U. E. FREUDENTHAL Notary Public, Pioche, Nevada. MISS GENEVA BEAN, Pablle Stenographer and Typlat, Callente. Nevada. W. W. STOCKHAM, M. D. Ceaaty Physician and Health OMcer, Plochs, Nevada. DR. J. H. HASTINGS PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON ' Pioche, Nevada . DR. J. WEST SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Assistant Surgeon Salt Lake Route. Callente, Nevada. Mining Directory HYBLA MINING COMPANY OF NEVADA Incorporated under the laws of Ne vada. Capitalisation 1,000,000 shares, par value (0 cents. Principal office, Ploohe, Nevada. Location of property, Comet district. Lincoln County. Nevada, Property consists ot thirteen claims. comprising ISO acres. Officers and Directors A. A. Carman, president: Arthur Real!, treasurer; W. A. Tulloch, director; Chas. A. Braun, director. PIOCHE- STAMPEDE MINING COR PORATION. Incorporated under tha lawa of Arl- sona. On million shares, par value $1.00, selling at present at 10 cents per share. Proceeds to be used , for development work only. Offlcs, Pioche, Nevada. Property located In Stampede Gap, In the Plochs district. Five claims and two fractions. Officers : Hans Olson, vice-president; John Roeder, treasurer. These officers and Mrs. Jamaa Ncsbltt and Mrs. J. F. Boeder, directors; Fred Heubner, man' agar. ' BLACK METAL MINES, INC. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada. Capttalliatlon (90,000 shares. Par value 10 cents per share. Principal office, Bit Felt Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Location of property, Jackrabblt, Pi oche Mining District, Nevada. Property consists of fourteen claims. Officers and Directors: W. F. Snyder, President; Chas. Read, Vice-President; M, L, Bartlett, Secretary; E. H. 8nyder, H. H. Fields, Geo. F. Schreiber, Direct ore; Geo. W. Snyder, Manager. VIRGINIA LOUISE MINING COM. PANY. Incorporated under the laws of the 8tate of Nevada. Capitalization one million dollars, di vided into one million shares, par value one dollar each. Principal office, Pioche, Nevada, Tranafer office, 1103 Hibernian Bldg., Los Angeles, Cat Location of mine, Ely Mining Dis trict, Lincoln County, Nevada. Officers and Directors; Chas. Lee Moroey, rrestaent and Director; Alex ander Lloyd. VloePraaltnt anil ni rector; J. D. Thomson, Director; Chas. t Sn?m1?0.n SeeUry and Treasurer; umaii, ouiiarinionoem. give expression to their desires at to the ratification of the treaty as It stands or with amendments or reser vations. Some of them have rexpond- ed, at the meetings addressed by the president and by the opposing sena tors, or by commurleatlons to their senators. But the vast majority of the people are handicapped by their ig norance of the matter. Probably not one la ten thousand has read the covenant of the League ot Nations as It was presented to the senate, main ly because few have had the oppor- tunlty. In order that our readers may be prepared to do their full duty as citizens In regard to the controversy, the complete text of the covenant Is herewith presented, and they are asked to read It carefully. THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. The high contracting parties. In order to promote International co-operation and to achieve International peace and seourlty by the accoptance of obliga tions not to resort to war, by the pre scription of open, just, and honorable relations between nations, by the firm establishment of the understandings of International law as the actual rule of conduct among governments, and by the maintenance of justice and a scru pulous respeot for all treaty obliga tions in the dealings of organised peo ples with one another, agree to this covsnant of the League or nations. when engaged on the business of the league shall enjoy diplomatic privi leges and Immunities. The buildings and other property oc cupied by the league or Its officials or by representatlvea attending its meet ings shall be inviolable. ARTICLE 8. The members of the league recognise that the maintenance of peace requires the reduction of na tional armamenta to the loweat point consistent with national safety and the enforcement by common action of in ternational obligations. The council, taking account of the geographical situation and circum stances of each state, shall formulate plans for such reduction for the con sideration and action of the several governments. Such plans shall be subject to recon sideration and revision at least every ten years. After these plans shall have been adopted by the several governments, ithe limits of armaments therein fixed shall not be exceeded without the con currence of the counclL The members of the league agree that the manufacture by private enter prise of munitions and Implements of war Is open to grave objections. The council shall advise how the evil ef fects attendant upon such manufacture can be prevented, due regard being had to the necessities ot those members of the league which are not able to man ufacture the munitions and Implements of war necessary for their safety. The members of the league under take to Interchange full and frank In formation as to the scale of their arm amenta, their military and naval pro grams and the condition of such of James Rvan. mlleaee. 113.20, John W. Wedge, mileage. $.1$. Amalgamated 1'loche H. at s. CO., water, fa. 40. Inn care, meals, 13S. Hana Olson, supplies. $17.30. Fanaca Co-Operative Company, sup plies. $a. Dr. W. W. Stockham, care ot indi gent!'. $X0.60. j. xi. uarpenter, caan aavancea, a. Mrs. C. A. Horn, care of indigent, ia Mrs. Susan Morgan, care of indigent, 130. Mrs. S. F. w arren, care or indigent. $1R- .. lilue Front Mercantile company, aup nlies. 110. A. a. inompson company, supplies, !?: . n. j. waaswortn & sons, supplies, a Mrs. Christiana Robinson, widow'l allowance, 130. Mrs. Lean Lee, widows allowance $20. r'ranK rainier, burial inaigeni, u. Hana Olson, aurtnliea. 310. Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company supplies, $5. Western Union Telegraph Company, $8.56. western union ueiegrapn company, $2.44. Floyd Denton, interpreter s ree, yz.au. Amy Devlin, cash advanced, $3. Kva Dolan, cash advanced, $4.80. Bank ot Ploch. Inc.. cash advanced, $3. J. F. noeaer, caan aavancea, i.ia. Mrs. George Richards, janitor, $30. George Richards, work on road, $200. On Chung Lung, meals, $5.70. J. H. Hastings, M. D., lunacy exam ination. $5. ... w. M. Christian, coroner's ree, 111.40. J. A. Clark. Juror's fee, $2.60. t'tah-Tdaho-TelephoTKi Company, $5. Charles A. Thompson. Jurors ie. $! i. Frank Walker. Juror's fee. $!.5. U 1- Burt. K-anoline. $1. Krord Publishing Company, adver tising. $S , P. -cord Publishing Company, supplies. West Publishing Company, book. $! C. R- Northen. $15. A. S. Thompson Company, supplies, 545 A ' S. Thompson Company, supplies, $23 IS- t - John Lewis, watchman. $. H. W. Lnderniu. mppin " John fcwtng. watenman. W. J. Campbell, work on fire appa ratus. 5. . ... Vivian swing, ugniin imi. Frank Palmer, collecting water rent. ML"- ,, 8. P. L A a S. L. Kailroad Company, $12S Utah -Idaho-Nevada Telephone Com pany, $2.0. Georire Richards, labor on road. i0 Gardner Ranch Company, labor and team. $115.50. ... John i . Foremasier, laoor, in.n. C. L. Wadaworth, labor and team. ft 1 1 ft (A . . , ,c John W. Wedsre. cash advanced. $4.20. John Austin, labor and truck, $408 a. Sam Hollinger. team and labor. 11.5.50, ..... ... 1. sn. isiair. iauur, William Dwyer. labor, $91. Joe Costin. labor. $24.50. James N. Hollinger, cash advanced, 2I-05- k ku. James is. fioiunger, uiumvun M. A. Stvimway. labor, tlt.lt I. Mra. Kva Dolan. the duly elected. iualiitl and actios- County Clerk Lincoln County. Nevada, do hereby eer tify that the above la a true and cor rect copy of all bills allowed by ik. Board of County Commlaaloners at it. regular meeting held In Pioche, Un coin County. Nevada, oa Monday. OcuL ber . 11. (lven under my hand and the seal mt the County of Lincoln. State ef Nevada this th day of October. 11 ISeaU MRS. EVA DO LAX. Clerk of the Boa-rt .SUTK K FUH PIBLICATIO.V Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Kiko. Nevaaa, September la 11. Elko S2534. Notice Is hereby given that m.u Chester Johnson, of L'rsine. Llncoi County. Nevada, who. on May 4. Uu 1. , 1 .. . . .n.n...i v... -. . for NE4 SWi. SE4 NW. 8V2: VEH. SW BK. section 13, townthlo north, range To esst. Mt Diablo Baal and Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make final three-year proof, to uiaDiisa ciaim 10 ini i.nu aoove de scribed, before Eva Dolan. Coum. Clerk of Lincoln County, Nevada, at Pi' ocne. Afvaaa, on in kid aay oc No vember, litis. Claimant namea as wit nesses: William E. Hammond, of Ur sine. Nevada; David Francla, of Ursine Nevada; Harry E. Johnson, of Ursine. Nevada; Orson Hatght. of Ursine, N.. Vda" JOHV K. ROBBtNS. Register. ti 1 Luke J. McNamee. expenses to Ely, $19. John Kelly, labor. $8 75. Tom Pippin, labor. $80. A. S. Thompson Company, supplies, William Culverwell, team hire and labor. $163. Pta Huntsman, labor. 117.50. Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company, supplies, $15. 0. A. I Stewart, automobile hire, $18. A. L. Stewart, labor. $94. KOTICE OF HEARING. In the Tenth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of Raftaele . Martello, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that A. U Scott, as Administrator, has filed with the Clerk of this Court a petition pray ing for an order authorizing and di recting him to sell, at private sale, all the property, real and personal, of the Estate of Raffaele Martello, deceased, and that Saturday, October 25, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court House In the Town of Pioche, In the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, has been set as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where any person or persons Interested may apnear and show cause why the said order should not bo granted. (Signed) EVA DOLAN, (Seal) Clerk. Pioche, Nevada. October 3, 1919. First publication October 10. 1919. Last publication October 17. 1919. OTK K FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Elko. Nevada, September 10 1.19. Elko 03323. Notice is hereby given that David C. Empey, of Atlanta, Lincoln County. Ne vada, who, on March 8, 1918, made Homestead application. No. 03322, for KV SWi Sec. 10. E NW14 Sec 15. township north, range (8 east. Mt. Diablo Rase and Meridian, has filed no tice of Intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Eva Do lan. County Clerk of Lincoln County, Nevada, on the 12th day of November, 1919. Claimant namea as witnesses: James M. Hulse, of Pioche, Nevada; E. Charlea D. Marriage, of Pioche, Ne vada; James H. Hamm, of Atlanta, Ne vada; walker l-ee, or Atlanta, Nevada. JOHN E. ROBBINS. Register. ARTICLE) L The original members of the League of Nations shall be those of the signatories which are named tn the annex to this covenant and also such of those other states named In the annex as shall accede without reserve tlon to this covenant. Such accession shall be effeoted by a declaration de posited with the secretariat within two months of the coming into force of the oovenant. Notice thereof shall be sent to all other members of the league. Any fully self-governing state, do minion, or colony not named in tha an nex may become a member of the league If Its admission Is agreed to by two-thirds ot tha assembly,, provided that It shall give effective guarantees of Its sincere Intention to observe Its International obligations, and shall ac cept such regulations as may be pre sorlbed by the league In regard to Its military, naval and air forces and arm aments, Any member of the league may, after two years' notice of Its intention so to do, withdraw from the league, provided that all Its International obligations and all Its obligations under this cove nant shall have been fulfilled at the time ot Its withdrawal. ARTICLE) lv The action of the league under this covenant shall be effected through the instrumentality of an assembly and of a council, with a permanent secretariat. ARTICLE oV The assembly Shall consist of representatives of the members of the league. , The assembly shall meet at stated In tervals and from time to time as occa sion may require at tha seat of the league or at such other place aa may be decided upon. The assembly may deal at its meet ings with any matter within the sphere of action ot the league or affecting the peace ot the world. At meeting! of the assembly each member of the league shall have one vote, and may have not more than three representatives. ARTICLE 4W The council shall con sist of represenatlves of tha principal allied and associated powers, together with representatives of tour otner members of the league. These four members of the league shall be select ed by the assembly from time to time tn its discretion. Until the appointment of the representatives of tha four mem bars of the league first selected by the assembly, representatlvea of Belgium, Brasll, Spain,. and Greece shall be mam bera of the council With the approval of tha majority of the assembly, the council may Mint members ot the league whose repre sentativea shall always be members of tha council: the council with Ilka ap proval may Increase the number or membera of the league to be aeleoted by the aaaembly for repreaenUtlon on tha council. The council shall meet from time to time aa occasion may require, and at least once a year, at the seat of the league, or at such other piaoe as may be decided upon. Tha council may deal at Ha meetings with any matter within the sphere of aetlon of the league or affecting tha peace ot the world. Any member of the league not rep resented on tha council shall oa in vlted to aend a representative to alt as a member at any meeting of tha coun all durlnsr the consideration of matters specially affecting the interests 01 tnai member of the league. At meetlnga of the council, each Receipts by Source their Industries as are adaptable to censes warlike purposes. ARTICLE) tV A permanent commis sion shall be constituted to advise the council on the execution of the provt slons of artlclea 1 and S and on mill tary and naval questions generally. ARTICLE! 10. The members of the league undertake to respect and pre serve as against external aggression the territorial integrity and existing political independence of all members of the league. In case of any such ag gression or in case of any threat or danger of such aggression the council shall advise upon the means by which this obligation shall be fulfilled. ARTICLE) 11 Any war or threat of 1 war, whether immediately ' affecting any of the members of the league or not. Is hereby declared a matter of con cern to the whole league, and the league shall take any action that may be deemed wise and effectual to safe guard the peace of nations. In case any such emergency should arise the secretary general shall on the request ot any member ot the league forthwith summon a meeting of the council. It Is also declared to be the friendly right of each member of the league to bring to the attention ot the assembly or of the council any circumstance whatever affecting International rela tions which threatens to disturb Inter national peace or tha good understand ing between' nations upon whloh peace depends. ATDITOH'S REPORT LINCOLN COUNTY. NEVADA FOR MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. 1919. Expenditures Dy jjepanmenia t 195.56 Commissioners $ J?T-99 Fees 161.25 Clerk Callente Water Rent 162.00 Recorder and Auditor Refund Collection on Highway 3.20L47 Treasurer . Assessor Total ; $3,720.2$ Sheriff District Attorney . . . Justice Courts Notice ef Aastlleatloa for Peimlaalea to Appropriate the Pwblle Waters ef the State ef Nevada. Application No. $700. Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of September, 191$, In accord ance with Section 59, Chapter 140, ot the Statutes of 1913, one P. H. Devlin, of Pioche, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permis sion to appropriate tha public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appropri ation is to be made from Frylngpaa Spring, at a point which bears No. 44 32' K. 16482 ft. from the S. W. corner of Sec 16. T. 4 N.. R. ( E.. M. D. B. M., by means of open cuts, and five tenths cubic foot per second is to be conveyed to a point which bears N. 44 32' E. 16482 feet from the S. W. corner of Sec. 16, T. 4 N.. R. 66 E., M. D. B. M., by means of pipes and troughs, and there used for stock watering pur poses. Water not to be returned to stream. Signed: J. O. SCRUOHAM. State Engineer. 100.00 125.00 150.00 110.00 394.50 175.00 18.60 Court House Maintenance 165.06 County Jails 24.35 Books and Records 19.69 Publishing and Advertising.... 92.55 Stationery and Supplies 66.08 Charities 385.Hi Heath 1 25.00 Caliente Water Supply 146.20 Pioche Fire , 40.05 Roads and Bridges 1,362.30 Education Miscellaneous 100.25 Refund Grazing Tax. j - - Total CONDITION OF FUNDS. Auditor's Balance. State $ 523.17 Oeneral 9,079.72 General Road 6,773.69 Auto Road Repair 9.262.95 County Road and Bridge 7,613.66 f ish ana uame 343.61 County Resources 340.99 trotest . 103.19 Bond 3,418.62 Road and Bridge Bond 6.263.69 Caliente Water Supply 40.71 nocne Fire 4U.65 Estates of Deceased 1. 111.11 Schools , 32,285.64 6.00 $5,810.19 Treasurer's Balance. $ 628.17 9.079.72 6,773.69 9,262.95 7.613.66 343.61 340.99 103.19 3.418.62 6,263.69 40.71 40.65 1,111.11 32,285.64 Totals , $77,206.40 $77,206.40 x nureuy ceriuy mat me aDove is a iuii. true ana correct nrTmpnt nr tha conamon 01 me xunas on tne isi aay 01 October, 1919. AMY DEVLIN, Auditor. Notice of Application for Permalaaloa to Appropriate the Public Waters ef the State ef Nevada. Application No. 5620. Notice Is hereby given that on the 17th day of July, 1919, in accordance with Section 69, Chapter 140, of the Statutes of 1913, one P. H. Devlin, of Pioche, county or Lincoln, ana state of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permlsson to appropriate the public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appropriation Is to be made from Squaw Bush, at a point which bears N. 45 13' E. 15200 ft from the S. W. cor. Sec. 1, T. 4 N., R. 66 E., M. D. B. & M., by means of de velopment and open cuts, and five tenths cubic foot per second is to be conveyed to a point which bears N. 45 13' E. 15200 feet from the S. W. cor. Sec. 16, T. 4 N., R. 66 E., M. D. B. ft M.. by means of pipes and troughs, and there used for stock watering pur poses. Water not to be returned to stream. Signed: - J. O. SCRUGHAM. State Engineer. Notice of Application for Permission ts Appropriate the Public Waters ef the State of Nevada. Application No. 6646. Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of August, 1919, in .looonlp.ice with Section 59, Chapter 140, of the Statutes of 1913, Wm. H. Pitts and Chas. Culverwell, of Pioche, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, made ap plication to the State Engineer ot Ne vada for permission to appropriate the public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appropriation is to be made trim Quartz Spring, at a point in the NE14 of NW14, Sec. IS, T. 4 N., R. ? E., M. O. B. & M., by means of open cut and pipe line, and 0.085 cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to NEU of NW, Sec. 13. T. 4 N., R. 67 E., M?D. B. AM., by means of pipes and troughs, and there used for stock watering and domestie purposes. Water not to be returned to stream. Signed: J. u. sukuuham, State Engineer. ARTICLE) 1A The members of the league agree that if there ahould arise between them any dispute likely to lead to a rupture, they will aubmit the matter either to arbitration or to In qulry by tha council, and they agree in no case to resort to war until three montha after tha award by the arbltra tors or the report by the council. In any oase under this article the award of the arbitrators shall be made ithln a reasonable time, and the re port of the council shall be made with in six montha after tha submission of the dispute. ARTICLE) MP The members of the league agree that whenever any dls puts shall arlae between them which they recognise to be suitable for sub' mission to arbitration and which can' not be satisfactorily settled, by diplo macy, they will submit the whole sub ject matter to arbitration. Disputes aa to the Interpretation of a treaty, as to any question ot interna tional law, aa to the existence of any taot which If established would con stitute a breach of any international obligation, or aa to the extent and na ture of the reparation to be made for any auch breach, are declared to be among those which are generally suit able for submission to arbitration. For the consideration of any auch dispute the court of arbitration to which the caae Is referred shall be the court agreed on by the parties to the dispute or stipulated in any con vention existing between them. The membera of the league agree that they will carry out In full good faith any award that may be rendered, and that they will not reaort to war against a member of the league which complies therewith. In the event ot any failure to carry out auch an award. the council shall propose what atepa should be taken to give effect thereto. ARTICLE) 14U-The council shall for mulate and aubmit to the membera of the league for adoption plana for the establishment of a permanent court of International Justice. The court PRINOK CONSOLIDATED BONING I member ot the league represented on shall be competent to hear and deter n snaLiiflu uusirAni, Incorporated under tha lawa of Ne vada. Capitalisation, one million shares. two dollara each. Principal offlcs. Bait Lake City, Utah. Location ot property, Ely Mining Dls trict, Lincoln County, Nevada. Twenty alatma. Officers: A. H. Godbs, President; Geo. F. Wesson, Vice-President; M. C. Qodbe. Secretary and Oeneral Manager; D. L. Werthelmer and John Plngree. addl- tlonal Directors. Reliable Minim? News in the Record the council ahall have one vote, and may have not more than one repre sentative. . ARTICLB C-Bxcept where other wise expressly provided In thia oove nant or by tne terma or me present treaty, decisions at any meeting ot the assembly or ot the eounoil ahall re quire the agreement of all the mem bera ot the league represented at the meeting. All mattera of procedure at meeting or the assembly or of the council, in cluding the appointment of committee to investigate oartlcular matters, snai be regulated by the assembly or by th council and may be decided by a ma jority of the members of the 'league represented at the meeting. The first meeting of the assemble ,and the first meeting of the counci mine any dispute of an International charaoter whloh the parties thereto submit to It The court may also give aa advisory opinion upon any dlapute or question referred to It by the coun cil or by the assembly. ARTICLB lsV-Jt there ahould arise between membera ot the league any dispute likely to lead to a rupture, which Is not submitted to arbitration la accordance with article IS, the mem bers ot the league agree that they will submit the matter to the' council. Any party to the dispute may effect such submission by giving notice of the ex tstenoe of the dispute to the secretary general, who will make all necessary arrangements for a full investigation and consideration thereof. For thla purpose the parties te the dlapute will communicate to the seo- ahall be summoned by the president ol I re tary general, aa promptly aa possible. 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